A pan-Canadian institute designed to train emerging public health and computational science researchers in equitable artificial intelligence (AI) will be launched this summer by an interdisciplinary team of Canadian scientists. Dr. Lisa Lix, Canada Research Chair in Methods for Electronic Health Data Quality is co-leading the institute.
“I am delighted to co-lead the summer institute with colleagues from across Canada,” said Lix, professor of community health sciences at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences. “We each bring unique research and training perspectives to AI in public health. This will ensure a diverse and enriching program for all institute participants.”